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Why Washington does not support ceasefire in Ukraine
No matter what the United States will do to defend its position, the international community can now easily see that Washington does not want to see an end to the conflict it has done so much to foster and escalate all along.
​What China's policy commitments mean for the world
China's growth has long fueled the prosperity of many countries through trade, investment, and policy support, rendering the recent decisions and policies made during this year's NPC session particularly significant.
China's foreign policy in the new era
​China faces a myriad of new challenges in navigating a changing world, wherein certain countries seek to actively suppress its rise, but multilateralism and building positive relationships with like-minded countries remain its priorities.
How a massive train incident shook a sleepy American town
Many questions remain as to who and what is responsible for the derailment of a freight train carrying hundreds of tons of toxic chemicals in Ohio last month.
​The UK's economic prospects continue to dwindle
Faced with shrinking incomes and crippling levels of inflation, the U.K.'s grim economic prospects have also led to a tidal wave of discontent that has manifested in numerous strikes across its public sectors.
China-Cambodia ties: Endurance and success in the new era
The Cambodia-China view of a shared future is a recipe to bolster traditional ties while catering to the continued progress and integration of the region.
US tech decoupling poses risks to allies
The Chinese market is crucial for many of the world's economies. But as the U.S. pursues a burgeoning technology war against China, it also risks harming its allies in the process.
A partnership of resilience
Recent financial support for Sri Lanka and its people from China is an example of the two countries' time-tested bilateral friendship.
​How the US is breaking the global trading order
The U.S. seeks to aggressively shore up its advantages by willfully undermining the global trading order in the name of "America First."
What is really behind Iran's nuclear deadlock?
As the Iran nuclear deal remains in limbo, American politicians are pointing fingers at China for its supposed role in the stalemate. But a closer look reveals that the real obstacle lies within U.S. domestic politics.
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